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Daily Archives: March 2, 2011
CHARLESTON — The push for an intermediate appellate court is now headed to the House of Delegates.
CHARLESTON — George Santayana, the early-20th-century philosopher, famously observed, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” His profound remark might easily apply to West Virginia.
WASHINGTON — During the recent 100th anniversary of the birth of Ronald Reagan, we read many tributes to him and re-read many of his greatest speeches.
HUNTINGTON — Global Law Experts, one of the premier guides to leading attorneys throughout the world, recently announced that they had chosen Huddleston Bolen as the winner of the 2011 West Virginia Banking & Finance Law Firm of the Year Award.
CHARLESTON – Massey Energy Co. has said it has completed a legal settlement with the family of another victim of the Upper Big Branch Mine explosion in Raleigh County last year. Massey revealed the settlement in its annual report filed … Read More
HUNTINGTON -– Huntington law firm Jenkins Fenstermaker recently announced the election of two associates — Arnold Janicker and Gary Matthews — to membership in the firm.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court, in a full opinion released Tuesday, said the Mason County Commission lacked the authority to rescind their approval of a controversial parkways project. On Dec. 7, the Supreme Court issued a four-page order … Read More